This morning when I was taking a shower, washing my hair, out of no where a key appeared in my bath,
my mom passed away 5 months ago, could it be from her, how can I find out what its for?
looks like a house key, but my stepdad changed the locks and alarm code so im not sure what the key is for?
by Lisa Brown 6 years ago
Are you afraid to stay in a hotel with key-card doors due to easy entry by thieves these days?Thieves are now able to gain entry into key-card hotel room doors around the world using a small device available on the net. Holiday Inn is working on the problem, but what about the other hotels?
by LensMan999 5 years ago
What do you usually do when you open your eyes in the morning?Is there some special way by which you start your day?
by Karl VanGuilder 6 years ago
My key locks do not work with thw key I have . what can I do . how do I replace them ? I have door key locks that will not work and may need to replace them (or at least one ot them ) . what is involved and what do I need to know to do this ?
by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
Have you ever spent the last months or weeks with a loved one whose death was imminent?One thing is for certain. We will all leave this planet. The last months spent with someone who is close to death can be a time of healing...perhaps healing a shattered relationship. It can also be a time to give...
by JP Carlos 6 years ago
How many times do you press the snooze button before you get up in the morning?
by Susan Reid 9 years ago
Dear fellow hubbers,Some of you have astutely noticed my recent (as in only the past 48 hours) absence from HP. My 85-year-old dad declined quite rapidly, ended up in the ER yesterday (Sunday) then ICU last night. All three of his children and one son-in-law (my Hubby) were at his bedside at the...
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